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Three terror suspects appear in Australian court

One of three Australian Muslims arrested over the weekend on charges of planning a terrorist attack has denied the allegations and says he had been framed by the police. Prosecutors accused the suspect, Bassam Raad, 24, of trying to stockpile weapons and of discussing “a violent act of jihad” with a radical cleric who was arrested with 18 other men late last year on charges of planning a major terrorist attack. Raad and two other men, his cousin Majed Raad, 21, and Shoue Hammoud, 26, were arrested Friday and charged with being members of a terrorist group and funding a terrorist group.

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